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A. How he pronounced his name A. How he pronounced his name C. His parents named him B. Joe named him D. The country where he was from Where did Pip get his name?
Back to Board A. How he pronounced his name
A. Joe C. Tickler B. Tinkler D. Tickles What is the name of Mrs. Joes beating stick?
Back to Board C. Tickler
A. Cousin C. Daughter-in-law B. Niece-in-law D. Brother How is Mrs. Joe related to Mr. Pumblechook?
Back to Board B. Niece-in-law
A. Nagging and temperamental C. Polite and quiet B. Kind and shy D. Dead Mrs. Joe can be described as?
Back to Board A.Nagging and Temperamental
A. Matthew C. Pumblechook B. Compeyson D. Magwitch The Pips convict reappears in the story with what name?
Back to Board D. Magwitch
A. Mrs. Camilla C. Mrs. Skiffins B. Molly D. Georgianna Pocket Who married Mr. Wemmick?
Back to Board C. Mrs. Skiffins
A. Joe & Biddy C. Drummle & Startop B. Herbert & Trabbs Boy D. Herbert & Joe Who saved Pip from old Orlick?
Back to Board B. Herbert & Trabbs Boy
A. Wemmick C. Arthur C. Arthur B. Jaggers D. Drummle D. Drummle Who worked for Compeyson?
Back to Board C. Arthur
A. Corn Chandler D. Actor D. Actor After being fired, what does Mr. Wopsle become? C. Church Clerk B. Blacksmith
Back to Board D. Actor
When Joe visits London, the meal can be described as what? A. Angry C. Boring D. Joyful B. Uncomfortable
Back to Board B. Uncomfortable
A. Barnards Inn Where did Pip live when he went to London? C. Blue Boar B. Mill Pond Bank D. Matthew Pockets home
Back to Board A. Barnards Inn
B. Jolly Bargeman Where was the man that stirred his drink with the file? A. Blue Boar C. Marshes D. Barnards Inn
Back to Board B. Jolly Bargeman
C. Miss Havishams C. Miss Havishams brother Who was Arthur? A. A convict B. Pips cousin D. The convict Magwitch fought
Back to Board C. Miss Havishams brother
D. A Spider What does Jaggers describe Drummle as? A. A Brute C. Sulky fellow B. A Snake
Back to Board D. A Spider
A. Beggar my neighbor What game does Pip and Estella play? B. Old Sledge D. Beggar my Dog C. Old Main
A. Beggar my Neighbor
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